Taking into account the battle for the recovery in the country, the national coordinator of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), Carlos Rafael Miranda, convened a day of mass mobilization, with the purpose of contributing to the sanitization and rehabilitation of public areas.
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Cuban First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez highlighted in the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television (ICRT) the effort, dedication, audacity of the radio and television workers in their broadcasts during Hurricane Irma’s passage through Cuba.
The Cuban President, Raul Castro Ruz, has highlighted the work conducted to recover from the huge damages caused by Hurricane Irma, and expressed his confidence that ”we will get back on our feet once again”, according to the morning press
The Provincial Defense Council (CDP) of Havana continues today in recovery tasks after the damages caused last weekend in this capital by hurricane Irma.
Under the principle of saving human life, the Cuban State -through Civil Defense and back-up organizations- had firstly evacuated 1,738,000 people before being hit by powerful hurricane Irma, that left huge damages, among them in the national electric system.
Army General Raul Castro Ruz, president of the Councils of State and ministers, in his role as president of the National Defense Council led a meeting with Party, State and Government leaders.
Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdes Menendez, Vice-President of the Councils of State and Ministers, evaluated in Artemisa province the progress of the recovery phase after the passage of Hurricane Irma.
The trade union movement has a high responsibility to support the country’s recovery process, following the passage of Hurricane Irma, with measurable results that are concrete contributions to society and economy.
Cuban authorities in the different sectors are reporting today the gradual recovery of services and systems after the serious damage caused by Hurricane Irma in this Caribbean nation.
Distinguished messages and actions from the international community after the devastating passing of Hurricane Irma along the northern coast of Cuba, are today a clear sign of support and recognition to the solidarity work of the Caribbean island.